Chloe looked so gorgeous at The Museum of The Moving Image Annual Gala on Jan. 20. Peach tones are so on-trend right now and they came together beautifully for a flawless look on the 17-year-old actress. Get how-to steps on her exact look below!
Chloe Grace Moretz was photo ready on the red carpet in NYC! Her simple look really played up her natural beauty, and we’ve got the deets from her foundation to her exact lip color. What do you think of her look, HollywoodLifers?
Chloe Moretz’s Hair & Makeup At NYC Gala — How To
Chloe’s makeup artist, Mai Quynh, was inspired by the sweet girlie design of her Valentino dress, and we love the way that she played it up with peach tones and bronzy metallics.
Her hair was pulled back into a taunt bun, and all of the attention was on her gorgeous complexion. Check out Mai’s exact step for creating this beautiful look:
Chloe Moretz’s Peachy Glow — Get The Look
•First, I gently massaged Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide™ Caplet Serum into the skin to give her complexion a natural, luminous base for the makeup.
•Then I applied Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide™ Eye Gel around her eyes for a bright, wide-awake look.
•I began the makeup application by applying Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Perfectly Nude Makeup Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 15 in Vanilla Shell using a damp sponge.
•Next, I dabbed Revlon Photoready Cream Blush in Pinched to the apples of her cheeks.
•I set the products using a loose powder and a fluffy powder brush.
•For her eyes, I brushed Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Eye Shadow in Blonde across the lid to her inner eye. For warm dimension, I blended Beautiful Color Eye Shadow in Bronze Lustre into the crease of her eyes, and then smudged the bronze shadow along her upper and lower lash lines for definition and pop.
•I finished her eyes with two coats of NYX Doll Eye Mascara in Black.
•To create a youthful nude pout, I applied Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Moisturizing Matte Lipstick in Barely There.
Chloe couldn’t have looked better! Would you recreate her look for yourself? Let us know in the comments below.
— Kindra Bailey